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Other Ways to Give

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There are many ways you can help the Scleroderma Foundation's mission. Here are some other ideas to help you support a cause you care about:

Workplace Giving

Workplace giving programs are easy and simple. Designate a portion of your paycheck to a charity or cause of your choice. Contact your employer to see if you can direct some of your salary to the Foundation.

United Way logoUnited Way Donor Choice Program

The United Way of America is the national organization dedicated to making an impact every community across America. The United Way movement includes approximately 1,400 community-based United Way organizations. Each is independent, separately incorporated, and governed by local volunteers. The Scleroderma Foundation receives funding as part of the Donor Choice Program. To participate, see if your employer takes part in the United Way Donor Choice Program. Then, select the Scleroderma Foundation as the charity of choice. On the Donor Choice Option Form, simply write in "Funds to Benefit the Scleroderma Foundation," and your gift will be sent to our office. Remember to include our contact information: Scleroderma Foundation, 300 Rosewood Drive, Suite 105, Danvers, MA 01923, (800) 722-4673.

CFC LogoCombined Federal Campaign (CFC)

The Combined Federal Campaign is available to federal employees only. It is an annual fundraising drive conducted by federal employees in their workplace each fall. Federal employees and military personnel raise millions of dollars each year through the CFC to benefit thousands of nonprofit charities. The Foundation is the recipient of funds from many CFC organizations throughout the country. To select the Scleroderma Foundation, use CFC code No. 10089.

For More Information

Call the National Office at (800) 722-HOPE (4673) for more information about these unique ways to help a good cause.

Spotlight

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